- The following inscription appears on a tombstone in Baylor County. I
would appreciate any and all help regarding its translation.
"Dokonano Jest" = ?
- The kroužek, háček and čárka are the diacritical marks used in the Czech language.. The kroužek and čárka are used on vowels only!kroužekOn Monday, March 6, 2017 11:57 PM, "'Tonya Hettler' spffcmh@... [TexasCzechs]" <TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com> wrote:Thank you! Will see if I can find a shortcut for those.TonyaCzechs have 3 diacriticals: Haček v Make soft sounding consonants and the vowel 'e'Čarka ´ Make long sounding vowelsKroužek o Used For a long 'u' when it is in the middle of a word (Instead of the čarka)On 3/5/2017 1:10 PM, Carroll Warschak CWarschak@... [TexasCzechs] wrote:Tonya,
Thanks for your post. I have one question, however. The marks to which you referred in your post are for marks used
in the German language (umlaut, escet, etc.)
Can you, or someone else, provide codes for marks that are used in the Czech language? Thanks.
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